City Council to hold called meeting Monday


 CLEVELAND, Ga. – The Cleveland City Council will hold a called meeting Monday June 1 at 6:30 p.m. at the Cleveland Community Center, 342 Campbell Street. The public is welcome to attend the meeting in person, but standards recommended by the State of Georgia due to the coronavirus will be in place.

The public is also welcome to join the meeting by teleconference by calling 646-558-8656 Access Code 922-4360-0027 or by Zoom

City Engineer Brian Rindt will discuss several issues, including the wastewater treatment plant, Phase III of the bypass, the Hulsey to Warrior Tank waterline and the Jesse Hunt Road well status.

Fire Chief Ricky Pruitt, Police Chief John Foster and City Attorney Grant Keene will present updates and City Administrator Tom O’Bryant will address the council on an amendment to the Old Blairsville Road Emergency Water Line Project and the continuation of waivers for past due utility bills and occupational tax license


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